Jonah runs from God, prays, preaches, and pouts. Isaiah and John see the throne room. Jesus talks to a Samaritan woman.
Moses receives the Ten Commandments. Moses’ face shines with God’s glory after being in His presence. The Old Testament sin offering foreshadows Christ’s sacrifice.
O: Israel’s lack of belief prompted God to have them wander 40 years in the wilderness.
WN: The psalmist praises God’s awesome deeds and seeks deliverance from enemies.
Peter warns of the danger of false teachers and emphasizes the need for moral courage and trust the Scriptures. Paul explains how all are guilty of sin before God.
O: The laws specify what it takes to live set apart for God and how impossible that is without a blood sacrifice to cover sin.
WN: The psalmist longs for a relationship with God, admits his human weaknesses, and cries out to God.